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Old 04-21-2013, 05:11 PM
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Looking for help with an Output Flange.

Hello all--

I am looking for someone more knowledgeable than I am to bail me out of a problem. I have a 1987 190D (non-turbo). I bought the car used (well used) and the speedometer cable was sheared off in the transmission fitting. To extract this I took the driveline and output flange off of the transmission. I noticed the flex disk was in rough shape so I ordered another one. I got the new speedometer cable back in, but when I went to hook the driveline back together I noticed the new flex disk did not mate with the output flange. It mates fine with the driveline.

I am not sure how the old flex disk was working, but I think possibly the previous owner drilled some "slop" into the flex disk grommets and put it back together. Not a long term solution, but good enough to put the car up for sale.

I have learned that some flex disks have the bolt hole centers 40mm from the disk center and some are at 45mm. My driveline is 40mm and the flange is 45mm. I am currently thinking my easiest solution is to get a 40mm flange, since I think that is the original size for this car. I don't know if the 40mm and 45mm output flanges are splined the same.

Any help would be greatly appreciated since I have been banging my head against the wall on this one! I can't even get the epc program to work.

Jared.
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Old 04-21-2013, 11:38 PM
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While you are down there you might want to get the Transmission Number and see if is the original model of Transmission that came with the Car.
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Old 04-23-2013, 11:01 AM
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Bumpin--

I wasn't able to find the transmission number, but I'm not sure it matters. The transmission works fine,I just need a connection between it and the flex disk.

I can't get into EPC because it won't recognize my credit card. Can anybody find the part number for an output flange? [1987 190d non-turbo]

Thanks for looking.
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Old 04-23-2013, 11:36 AM
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I do not understand your problem without a picture. I had issue with the vibration damper/flex disk on a 1984 190D. I removed the vibration damper and bolted the flex disk in. Hope this help.

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Old 04-23-2013, 01:02 PM
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I have a 1985 2.2 with a later transmission.

Original 722.403 transmission joint flange 202 272 07 45 (80mm)

Current transmission 722.414 joint flange 202 272 08 45 (90mm)

The 414 tranys wre in the later 2.5 diesels

#100 is the joint flange

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Old 04-23-2013, 10:13 PM
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Thanks for the info Jet, it does help!

I can't find that part number at pelican parts, but they do list 202-272-00-45-MBZ as the correct part. I think my next step is to contact them and see if the flange matches my flex disk.
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